Articles published Thu, Sep 24, 2009
Letters to Editor September 24 - 30, 2009
Book sets out in search of elusive utopia
The Pacific Northwest is known for its rugged and beautiful terrain that includes evergreen trees, beaches and spectacular cascading waterfalls. But it is perhaps lesser known for its eclectic residents who are less institutionally religious and more spiritually oriented than any other distinct geographical area on the continent.
Birch Bay opens food pantry for those in need
Organizers of Birch Bay’s new food pantry have found a new location for their facility. Beginning Monday, October 5 from 10:30 a.m. until noon, those in need of food supplies can go to the Boys & Girls Club building at 4672 Loft Lane off Alderson Road.
Sitar master plays Peace Arch State Park
Borderites football thrashes Ferndale 28-21
Blaine 28, Ferndale 21. Has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?
Habitat For Humanity seeks volunteers
Man arrested for currency smuggle
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Peace Arch port of entry interdicted a 38-year-old North Vancouver, British Columbia, man attempting to smuggle bulk currency into the United States concealed within his sports utility vehicle.
Loomis Hall art reception Friday
The Loomis Hall Art Gallery will host its first artist’s reception on Friday, September 25.
Rainwater collection good for environment, plants
Indoor air the next health hazard?
It seems everyone is talking about the environment these days. Yet, you don't seem to hear much about the environment indoors. Considering how much time most people spend inside, it makes sense to give some thought to the air quality within your home.
A Summer in Paraguay
Blaine high school senior Alexandra Grubb recounts her summer volunteer experience in Paraguay.
Blaine’s Sam Nault an early powerhouse